– Guaranty Bond Bank is warning residents of a yet another scam that's using their businesses' name.
This one sends fraudulent emails and text messages to customers and non-customers alike, and requests you click on a website to update debit card information. The message tells you to call a number because your account is frozen.
You're advised not, under any circumstance, to release any information.
Last year, fraudulent telephone calls were being placed to try to get people's information.
Commerce – The Texas A&M University-Commerce Children's Learning Center was recently awarded a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential in recognition of their outstanding effort and knowledge of working with young children. The credential was awarded by the Council for Professional Recognition in Washington, D.C., which represents the early childhood education profession.
– The latest figures from the U.S. Census Bureau show Honey Grove has one of the highest response rates among area cities.
At 60 percent, Honey Grove is just ten percentage points behind the highest rated city in Dubuque, Iowa.
As of Thursday, the national participation rate was 52 percent.
Elsewhere throughout the region, Bonham was at 58 percent, 57 percent for Caddo Mills, Sulphur Springs 56 percent, Paris 55 percent, Greenville showed 53 percent, Cooper 53 percent, Royse City 52 and Commerce 44 percent.
Bonham – Area school districts continue to create a better learning environment for students, with the Bonham ISD becoming the latest district to install Promethean ActivBoards in several of its campus classrooms.
The boards were made possible with funds obtained through a competitive T3 grant in which Bonham partnered with Commerce ISD, Wolfe City ISD, and Texas A&M University-Commerce.